It’s that time of year to dust off the ladders – and hang the lights! A very Southport Corridor Christmas around the neighborhood this year. It’s great to see – especially after a long 20 months of the pandemic.
A tour around Lakeview’s Southport Corridor neighborhood in Chicago during the Late Summer and Early Fall of 2021
Tour Time! Shopping, eating and playing between Belmont Avenue and Addison Street along Southport Avenue during the late summer of 2021.
Smells like the weekend.. 👊🍻
#FRIYAY #chicagopup #chicagodog #chicagopuppies #logansquarechicago #labradorpuppies #labradorable #labradorpuppy #labradors_ #labradorretriever #labsofinstagram #lablife #talesofalab (at Southport Corridor News and Events – Chicago, Illinois)
Sunday fun day with my loves! 👦🏼👨🏻👸🏼 who says you can’t bring a baby to a bar? Wrigley bound after dinner! #wrigleyville #wrigleyfield #southportcorridor #butcherstap #southport #chicagoeats #chicagodrinks (at The Butcher’s Tap)
A great fall day on Chicago’s Southport Corridor made for perfect pictures around The ‘Port.
|Indira, Coda Di Volpe, Southport Lanes|
The rain has finally stopped long enough for us to get our annual photos of the Southport Corridor during summertime. Some of these view will look quite different next summer with the addition of SoulCycle and J. Crew coming, along with the proposed Southport TOD.
|Evereve and Lou & Grey|
The Butcher’s Tap is now open, and here is a look at their new menu. Think it will do better on Southport then Messner’s/WheelHouse Wrigley did?
“The new bar is now open and called The Butcher’s Tap, a nod to the butcher shop that opened in 1932 at the same location at 3553 N. Southport Ave. Ownership said they’ve completed 95 percent of the interior renovation which is expected to be complete in early December. Workers gutted the Wheel House space, which opened in 2012 after replacing Messner’s Bar and Grill. Ownership lauded changes including rolling glass garage door windows and a new audio and video system and 25 televisions.”
More information on The Butcher’s Tap can be read here from Eater Chicago.